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  1. Netflix, Time Warner Shares Benefit from Apple Rumors

    3:58 pm 5/26/2016

    Rumors resurfaced Thursday that Apple was looking for a media company to acquire.Read more

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  2. Warren Buffett Buys $1B-Plus Stake in Apple

    5:54 am 5/16/2016

    His Berkshire Hathaway's new stake is for 9.8 million shares.Read more

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  3. Apple Reports First Quarterly Revenue Decline Since 2003

    12:12 pm 4/26/2016

    The company sold 51.2 million iPhones during the quarter.Read more

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  4. Michael B. Jordan, Kobe Bryant Star in New Apple TV Ad

    11:36 am 4/8/2016

    The TV spot features the 'Creed' actor studying up for his role in a fictional Bryant biopic.Read more

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  5. Justice Department Cracks iPhone, Withdraws Legal Action

    3:20 pm 3/28/2016

    The surprise development effectively ends a pitched court battle between Apple and the Obama administration.Read more

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  6. Ben Silverman, Will.i.am Producing Unscripted Series for Apple

    1:00 pm 3/24/2016

    The show will explore the Apple app ecosystem. Read more

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  7. Vice Launches Music Docuseries 'The Score' on Apple Music (Exclusive)

    7:00 am 3/23/2016

    Each episode will have an accompanying playlist on Apple Music.Read more

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  8. FBI Asks to Delay Apple Trial, Might Have Another Way to Unlock Attacker's iPhone

    7:49 pm 3/21/2016

    "An outside party" came forward over the weekend and showed the FBI a possible method that, if viable, "should eliminate the need for the assistance from Apple," according to the filing.Read more

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  9. Dr. Dre Filming Apple's First Scripted Television Series (Exclusive)

    4:50 pm 2/11/2016

    'Vital Signs,' the technology giant's inaugural original, is described as a dark semi-autobiographical drama (featuring at least one orgy scene).Read more

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  10. Is Apple Planning a Buying Spree? 5 Potential Targets From Time Warner to Tesla

    5:00 am 2/11/2016

    With his stock falling, CEO Tim Cook could tap a $206 billion war chest for a splashy acquisition.Read more

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